Georges de la Fouchardière

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FrenchBorn Georges de la Fouchardière

French writer and journalist

Born on February 01, 1874 in Châtellerault, Vienne , France

Died on February 10, 1946 in Saint-Brieuc, Côtes-d'Armor , France

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Georges Alphonse de La Fouchardière (February 1874 - 10 February 1946) was a French writer and journalist. He wrote for the Canard enchaîné (creator of the "Chronique du Bouif"), at L'Œuvre, as well as being the author of several literary works, notably La Chienne, a story adapted for film by Jean Renoir under the same title and by Fritz Lang as Scarlet Street.


...   Georges Alphonse de La Fouchardière (February 1874 - 10 February 1946) was a French writer and journalist. He wrote for the Canard enchaîné (creator of the "Chronique du Bouif"), at L'Œuvre, as well as being the author of several literary works, notably La Chienne, a story adapted for film by Jean Renoir under the same title and by Fritz Lang as Scarlet Street.


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Georges de La Fouchardière at IMDb



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